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Minar-e-Pakistan is the most popular place of interest in Pakistan. Many travellers make it a point to stop there while travelling to Pakistan. Other popular landmarks and places of interest in Pakistan would be Faisalabad Clock Tower, Manora Beach, or Badshahi Mosque.
Flying into Lahore Airport is typically the best way to visit Minar-e-Pakistan, since it is the closest airport to the area.
32% of our momondo users travelling to Pakistan in the past year chose to fly into Lahore in the past year, making it the most popular airport in Pakistan. The Lahore airport serves the city of Lahore.
The cost to fly to Pakistan varies based on a variety of factors, but you can expect to find prices as low as £641 or as high as £2,446. Based on recent airfare data, we’ve found that a ticket to Pakistan for £1,224 or less is a good deal, whereas £1,331 is the average cost.
Prices for flights to Pakistan are updated daily.
The number of operators available for flights to Pakistan is 31 as of December 2023.
The minimum age a child must be to fly alone is five but airlines that offer an unaccompanied minor (UNMR) service will have their own age restrictions, including rules around flight length, timings, and stopovers. We always recommend checking with the individual airline you are booking with to travel to Pakistan.
The travel and health documents required for your trip to Pakistan can vary based on your itinerary and personal situation. As a rule, consider having multiple documents such as a national ID card or driver’s license, and a passport valid for six-months after you plan to arrive at Pakistan. We always recommend checking with your airline or a trusted third party such as IATA to get advice.
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Rich in religious and cultural history, festivals in Pakistan are key to helping you to embrace the culture of the country. Attend the Shandur Polo Festival that happens in July and has been celebrated since the mid 1930s. This historic polo ground, which at around 12,000 feet is one of the highest grounds in the world, is located on the Shandur Pass in the Ghizer district. If you have booked a flight to Pakistan in August and will be there around the 14th, you’ll be able to experience the parties and festivities of Independence Day in Pakistan. Big cities like Lahore and Islamabad host parades and the parties are a combination of the green and white flags and lights. Eid Milad-un-Nabi, a festival and national holiday in Pakistan, is definitely worth attending. This day observes the Prophet Muhammad’s birthday and is also celebrated with light. The cities become pools of twinkling, colourful lights and there are firework displays and parades galore. Lahore is a good location to take in the beauty of this festival which takes place during the third month of the Islamic or lunar calendar.
Thanks to the diversity of regions and history of Pakistan, there is a wide range of cuisine throughout the country. Depending on the various herbs and spices available in the region, the flavours specific to each region can be unique. A popular dish in Lahore is Chicken Karahi which combines chicken with a rich, spicy tomato sauce and is served with roti or naan. In Karachi, you should definitely try Chaat. This flavoursome dish is typically eaten as a snack or bought from street-food carts and consists of a mixture of fried bread, potatoes and chickpeas covered with a slightly salty, spiced sauce. Another favourite dish in Karachi is Nihari, a marinated, slow-cooked beef or lamb in a rich sauce flavoured with bone marrow and spices such as ginger, coriander, cardamom and aniseed. Why not try something different for breakfast and pick up a Halwa Puri. This is a favourite option in Lahore and consists of puri, a type of deep-fried, thin and crispy bread, which is dipped in halwa, a sweet, semolina-based pudding. You could also add potatoes or chickpeas to really mix up the sweet and savoury flavours this dish has to offer.
Pakistan is a richly varied country that provides a vast array of activities and sights that all help to make your visit worthwhile. Look at Pakistan flight deals to Lahore to visit the Wazir Khan Mosque with its intricate tile and mosaic patterns. Whilst there, you could also drop in at the Shalamar Garden of Lahore, a UNESCO World Heritage site where you can escape the hustle and bustle of the city and explore the 80 acres, the design of which dates back to the Mughal Empire. In Karachi, you can visit Mazar-e-Quaid, the mausoleum of the founding father of Pakistan and explore the National Museum of Pakistan which houses art and artefacts that showcase the culture of the country. A flight to Pakistan would definitely not be complete without a visit to the capital, Islamabad, where you will find the Faisal Mosque, one of the biggest in the world. This city is nestled in amongst the Margalla Hills which forms part of the foothills of the Himalayas and from here you can climb up Daman-e-Koh to look out over Islamabad.
British passport holders can obtain an e-visa to enter Pakistan. To obtain the visa, your passport has to be more than six months from its expiry date and has to have at least one empty page. You will need proof of accommodation and a return flight to apply for the visa which will allow you entry into the country via the main routes including if you arrive on flights to Pakistan that land at Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi airports, to name a few.
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